75.9 F
New York
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Tags Law

Tag: law

U.K. drops plan to let people ‘choose their sex’

The British government has dropped a plan to make it easier for people to choose their legal gender, instead making a few adjustments to existing laws for those who want to live as the opposite sex.K

Romney supports holding a vote on next Supreme Court nominee

Romney said he was merely following the law in making his decision rather than taking a position based on the recent blockade of President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland, during the

DeVos to Be Investigated for Potential Violation of Ethics Law

WASHINGTON — An independent government agency will investigate whether Education Secretary Betsy DeVos breached a law forbidding federal employees from engaging in political activities on the job a

MSNBC: Trump endangering journalists, undermining freedoms with comments about Velshi

MSNBC said President TrumpDonald John TrumpUS reimposes UN sanctions on Iran amid increasing tensions Jeff Flake: Republicans 'should hold the same position' on SCOTUS vacancy as 2016 Trump supporters

Trump Calls It A ‘Beautiful Thing’ That Cops Struck Journalist Ali Velshi With Rubber Bullet

President Donald Trump called it “the most beautiful thing” that MSNBC journalist Ali Velshi was struck in the knee with a rubber bullet while he was covering a peaceful protest in Minneapolis in

Here’s what you should know about one of Trump’s possible Supreme Court picks

She could serve for decades At 48-years-old, Barrett would be the youngest justice currently on the Supreme Court, making it entirely plausible that Barrett could leave her mark on a swath of cases fo

Ruth Bader Ginsburg death reactions and tributes

Editor's note: Mary Ziegler, a law professor at Florida State University, is the author of 'Abortion and the Law in America: Roe v.It is hard to imagine the Supreme Court without her.Even before joini

Barack Obama reacts to the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ten years later, she sent her first brief to the Supreme Court — which led it to strike down a state law based on gender discrimination for the first time.And then, for nearly three decades, as the

Mourners Fill Supreme Court’s Plaza to Honor Ginsburg

WASHINGTON — Scores of people filled the steps leading up to the Supreme Court on Friday night, crowding the plaza outside and spilling across the street in a candlelight tribute to Justice Ruth Bad

How Ginsburg made the law fairer for every woman (opinion)

Perhaps more than any other jurist, Ginsburg transformed the law of sex discrimination in America.It is hard to imagine the Supreme Court without her.On the court, Ginsburg offered the clearest and mo